QuidcoCompare expands into home and travel insurance
Following the successful launch of the UK's first integrated car insurance comparison and commission tool, QuidcoCompare has now extended its offering that will service the travel and home insurance market.
Developed by the UK's largest cashback and voucher site, Quidco has built on the success of QuidcoCompare that enables people to take advantage of both savings and commission when shopping for insurance. Since its launch, QuidcoCompare has returned almost £620,000 in car insurance cashback with the average policyholder saving an additional £24 when using the tool.
QuidcoCompare is able to search prices from over 70 leading insurance providers and add a cashback amount, increasing the available savings. No other UK tool offers this capability and it is hoped, as many jet off for summer holidays, the tool is the traveller's first destination for that all-important policy.
Jo Roberts, head of PR at Quidco said: "Our sole purpose is to save our 2million members money in the form of cashback. A constant development of our tools enables our members to do exactly that when purchasing a range of essential items including insurance. The development of this unique tool has enabled our members to save even more money on car insurance than they would of, had they just gone to a price comparison site. We are delighted we can extend this tool even further, offering it to customers in the market for home and travel insurance."
Last year, Quidco welcomed over 740,000 new shoppers taking membership to 2million. Not only able to shop with 3,300 retailers, members can also utilise online and in-store cashback, as well as printable and voucher codes. On top of QuidcoCompare's unique offering, the site also introduced the UK's first ‘check in for cash tool' for users allowing users to collect money for visiting a store, with no further obligation to make an additional purchase.
Members of Quidco receive all commission in the form of cashback and can make money through everyday purchases from retail, leisure, insurance, financial services and utility sectors.